Organizational Leadership, B.A.View Checksheet
Minimum Total Credit Hours: 120
Overall GPA - Combined and OU: 2.00
Major GPA - Combined and OU: 2.00
Program Code: B755
- This program is offered by electronic and hybrid delivery.
A grade of "C" or higher must be earned in each course presented for major credit.
|LSTD 3003||Interdisciplinary Inquiry||3|
|LSAL 3113||Leadership in Organizations||3|
|LSAL 3133||Conflict Resolution||3|
|LSAL 3153||Ethics in Leadership||3|
|LSAL 3223||Finance for Non-Finance Majors||3|
|LSAL 3373||Measuring Human Performance||3|
|LSAL 3953||Research Analysis and Application in Organizational Leadership||3|
|LSAL 4143||Cultural Diversity in the World||3|
|LSAL 4283||Social Processes in Organizations||3|
|LSAL 4953||Capstone in Organizational Leadership||3|
|Students will complete nine hours of organizational leadership electives||9|
|Total Credit Hours||39|
Computer Literacy Requirement
Students must demonstrate computer proficiency which includes the competent use of a variety of software and networking applications. Please consult your academic adviser for courses to fulfill this requirement.
Approved Organizational Leadership Major Electives
|LSAL 2283||Understanding Management||3|
|LSAL 2700||Topics in Administrative Leadership||1-9|
|LSAL 3173||Goal Setting and Attainment||3|
|LSAL 3333||Motivation in Learning and Leadership||3|
|LSAL 3440||Mentored Research Experience||3|
|LSAL 3513||Integrated Marketing Strategies||3|
|LSAL 3533||Adapting To Changing Marketing Environments||3|
|LSAL 4123||Quality Initiatives in Organizations||3|
|LSAL 4163||Non-Profit Management||3|
|LSAL 4203||Decision-Making, Problem Solving, and Strategic Thinking||3|
|LSAL 4353||Mediation: History, Theory, and Practice||3|
|LSAL 4683||Development in Grant Writing||3|
|LSAL 4700||Advanced Topics in Administrative Leadership||1-9|
|LSAL 4920||Internship in Administrative Leadership||1-3|
|Or other related courses as approved by a PACS academic advisor|
General Education Requirements
A minimum of 40 hours of General Education-approved coursework is required.
|Symbolic & Oral Communication (Core I)|
|LSTD 1113||Interdisciplinary Composition I||3|
|LSTD 1133||Interdisciplinary Composition II||3|
|LSTD 1053||Mathematics in Liberal Studies||3|
|Foreign Language (Core I) 1||0-10|
|Natural Science (Core II)|
|LSTD 2533||Science as a Process||3|
|Choose one natural science course with lab 4||4-6|
|Social Science (Core III)|
|LSTD 1333||Governing Ourselves 2||3|
|or P SC 1113||American Federal Government|
|Choose one Social Science course 3, 4||3|
|Humanities (Core IV)|
|Choose one of the following:||3|
|A History of the United States|
|United States to 1865|
|United States, 1865 to the Present|
|Choose one course from each of the following three fields. One course must be upper-division (3000-4000 level)||9|
Understanding Artistic Forms 4
Western Civilization and Culture 4
Non-Western Culture 4
|Senior Capstone (Core V)|
|Met in the Major Core Requirements:|
|Capstone in Organizational Leadership|
|Total Credit Hours||34-44|
Students who have completed two years of high school foreign language are exempt from the general education foreign language requirement. If this requirement is waived, some General Education electives may be needed to achieve the required 40 hour minimum.
LSTD 1333 is recommended.
LSTD 1313 is recommended.
Courses taken to fulfill the University General Education Requirements must be chosen from the University-Wide General Education Approved Course Lists.
Electives to bring total applicable hours to the minimum total required for the degree including 40 upper-division hours.